Pinocchio [pi'nɔk:jo] ist eine Kinderbuchfigur des italienischen Autors Carlo Collodi. Bekannt . Kindern wird also vermittelt, dass Faulheit, Lügen und Ungehorsam nicht ungestraft bleiben. Auch die Fee erscheint sehr streng: Als Pinocchio. Lügen: 4) Pinocchio und die lange Nase. Auch eine schmerzliche Wahrheit ist besser als eine Lüge. Bild: Nicht immer ist eine Lüge so augenfällig wie bei. Sept. Sobald die drei Ärzte das Zimmer verlassen hatten, trat die Fee zu Pinocchio. Sie legte ihm die Hand "Lügen kann man leicht erkennen. Es gibt.
Dieser verspricht, in Zukunft artig zu sein und zur Schule zu gehen. Die anderen Puppen erkennen ihn sogleich als einen der ihren und es beginnt eine ausgelassene Feier.
Sie schlagen ihm vor, das Geld auf dem Wunderfeld zu vergraben, wo es sich von selbst vermehren soll. Auf diese Weise schaffen sie es dieses Mal, ihm sein Geld zu stehlen.
Dort will ihm niemand etwas zu essen geben, weil er nicht arbeiten will. Die Frau entpuppt sich als die Fee mit den dunkelblauen Haaren, die ihn schon vorher aus Schwierigkeiten gerettet hatte.
Wieder zeigt Pinocchio Reue und verspricht, sich in Zukunft zu bessern und zur Schule zu gehen. Von nun an treibt Pinocchio wieder im Meer und wird, ehe er sich versieht, von einem Riesenhai verschluckt.
Er glaubt sich schon verloren, bis er im Bauch des Fisches unerwartet seinen Vater entdeckt. Mit vereinter Kraft entkommen sie aus dem Riesenhai und Pinocchio verspricht, von da an endlich ein ehrlicher und verantwortungsbewusster Junge zu sein.
Pinocchios Abenteuer begleiten eine Vielzahl von phantastischen Figuren; man trifft sprechende Tiere und eine blaue Fee.
However, owing to the difficulty animating a realistic moving vehicle, the artists filmed the carriage maquettes on a miniature set using stop motion animation.
Then each frame of the animation was transferred onto animation cels using an early version of a Xerox. The cels were then painted on the back and overlaid on top of background images with the cels of the characters to create the completed shot on the rostrum camera.
Pinocchio was a groundbreaking achievement in the area of effects animation. In contrast to the character animators who concentrate on the acting of the characters, effects animators create everything that moves other than the characters.
This includes vehicles, machinery and natural effects such as rain, lightning, snow, smoke, shadows and water, as well as the fantasy or science-fiction type effects like Fairy Dust.
To help give depth to the ocean, the animators put more detail into the waves on the water surface in the foreground, and put in less detail as the surface moved further back.
After the animation was traced onto cels, the animators would trace it once more with blue and black pencil leads to give the waves a sculptured look.
These techniques enabled Pinocchio to be one of the first animated films to have highly realistic effects animation. Leigh Harline and Paul J.
Smith composed the incidental music score. Pinsky said that it is "a simple morality tale—cautionary and schematic—ideal for moral instruction, save for some of its darker moments", and noted that the film is a favorite of parents of young children.
Nicolas Sammond argues that the film is "an apt metaphor for the metaphysics of midcentury American child-rearing" and that the film is "ultimately an assimilationist fable".
For Sammond, the purpose of Pinocchio is to help convey to children the "middle-class virtues of deferred gratification, self-denial, thrift, and perseverance, naturalized as the experience of the most average American".
Pinocchio went into release accompanied by generally positive reviews. Nugent of The New York Times gave the film five out of five stars, saying " Pinocchio is here at last, is every bit as fine as we had prayed it would be—if not finer—and that it is as gay and clever and delightful a fantasy as any well-behaved youngster or jaded oldster could hope to see.
The charm, humor and loving care with which it treats its inanimate characters puts it in a class by itself. Initially, Pinocchio was not a box-office success.
This was primarily due to the fact that World War II and its aftermath had cut off the European and Asian markets overseas, and hindered the international success of Pinocchio and other Disney releases during the early and mids.
Many film historians consider this to be the film that most closely approaches technical perfection of all the Disney animated features.
In , Pinocchio was added to the United States National Film Registry as being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
In June , the American Film Institute revealed its "Ten top Ten"—the best ten films in ten "classic" American film genres—after polling over 1, people from the creative community.
Pinocchio was acknowledged as the second best film in the animation genre, after Snow White. With the re-release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in came the tradition of re-releasing Disney films every seven to ten years.
RKO handled the first two reissues in and , while Disney itself reissued the film from on through its Buena Vista Distribution division.
In , Filmation released a "thinly-veiled" animated sequel to Pinocchio , titled Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night. Set a year after Pinocchio became a real boy, the movie received mainly negative reviews from critics and was a commercial failure.
Disney on Ice starring Pinocchio , toured internationally from to In the mids, DisneyToon Studios began development on a sequel to Pinocchio.
In April , Deadline reported that Disney is developing a live action film based on the animated Pinocchio , with Peter Hedges penning the script.
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